Location: Can-ayan, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon - Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental
Its headwaters in the mountains of Can-ayan, Malaybalay City. It traverses the province northwestward passing through Malaybalay City, Impasug-ong, Sumilao, Manolo Fortich, Malitbog and finally empties into the sea at Misamis Oriental
Location: Talakag, Bukidnon - Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental Its headwaters are found in the Kitanglad Mountain Range in central Bukidnon. The river flows northward through the municipalities of Talakag and Baungon. Its mouth lies at Cagayan de Oro where it is the main source of potable water.
Location: Lantapan, Bukidnon
It is a major tributary of the Pulangi River. It forms part of the natural boundary of the Valencia City and Lantapan. It flows eastward towards Malaybalay City, eventually joining the Pulangi River in Valencia City.
Location: Guinoyoran, Valencia City, Bukidnon
Lake Apo is a 25 hectares lake dubbed as cleanest and greenest inland body of water in Region 10. Foreign, domestic and local tourist already visited the area.
Location: Brgy. Pinamaloy, Don Carlos, Bukidnon
It is the biggest lake in the province, covering about 50 hectares.
Location: Brgy. Pigtauranan, Pangantucan, Bukidnon
The lake covers an area of 36 hectares and is one of the tourist spots in the municipality. There are 24 islets floating in the lake.
and Mt. Kitanglad Range National Park
Location: Talakag, Baungon, Libona, Manolo Fortich, Impasug-ong, Lantapan and Malaybalay City, Bukidnon
M.t Kitnaglad, the fourth highest mountain in the country, towers up to more than 9,000 feet and serves as the base of the province’s long distance communication system. The National Park, proclaimed through R.A. 8978, has an area of 31,295 hectares composed of more than a dozen mountain peaks, including Mount Kitanglad, Mount Lumuluyaw, Mount Maagnaw, Mount Tuminungan and Mount Dulang-Dulang, the second highest mountain peak in the country.
Location: Sitio Kalanganan, Brgy. San Vicente, Baungon, Bukidnon Rafflesia, known as “kolon busaw” among the local dwellers and Higaonon tribe, is the largest flower in the Philippines, having a diameter of seventy (70) centimeter. It was first discovered and collected on Mt. Parag in Mindanao sometime in 1882. The flower gets to bloom only once a year and possess a lifespan of less than one week. When it blooms, it exudes a smell akin to the stench of a rotten flesh.
Location: Brgy. Kilabong, Sumilao, Bukidnon
The cave boasts of its abundance of stalactites and stalagmites and has a length that stretches to about 1,850 meters. One of its unique features is its exit where one has to dive underwater to get to the other side of the wall in the exit passage. The height of the cave varies from one meter to 20 meters and its width varies from less than a meter to a more spacious 9 meters.
Location: Poblacion, Don Carlos, Bukidnon
Measuring at approximately 50 hectares, it has a guitar shape and planted with Gmelina and Mahogany trees. Domestic and local tourists already visited the area. It is also good for boating and picnic area.
Ecological Development and Recreation (CEDAR) Eco-Tourism
Location: Brgy. Impalutao, Impasugong, Bukidnon
It is becoming a popular recreation and amusement park in this side of Mindanao. CEDAR has a total land area of approximately 1,703 hectares with an elevation ranging from 600 to 1,200 meters above sea level. Diverse flora and fauna thrive in the area.
Location: Malaybalay City, Bukidnon
The Park has been the site of provincial fairs, foremost of which is the Kaamulan Festival. The park in its natural setting is abounding with pine trees. The Kaamulan Tree Park, with its vast expanse of green foliage and cool air, is an ideal place for picnics and quiet moments with family and friends, or for a good jog in early mornings or a more leisurely walk in the late afternoon. The area is best used for camping and rodeo activities.
Location: Brgy. San Jose, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon
Made by National Artist for Architecture Leandro Locsin, The Monastery offers a tranquil place where one enjoys the profound serenity and beauty of nature while relating to the spiritual world.
Location: Pal-ing, Brgy. Kalasungay, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon
The Carmelite Sister’s Monastery is a place for retreat and prayer. The refreshing air, well-kept flower gardens and a beautiful view of some mountains in this part of the city makes it ideal for quiet moments to ponder and take a breather from a busy life.
Date: Last week of February to First week of March
Kaamulan comes from the Binukid word amul, meaning “to gather”. The feast is celebrated at the same time as Bukidnon's Foundation Day. It features programs highlighting the historic beginnings of Bukidnon such as trade fair, garden show, food fest, agri-fair, rodeo and horse show, street dancing contest, and rituals showcasing tribal Bukidnon culture.
By Air – Land:
There are no commercial flights going directly to the province. The nearest airport is the Lumbia Airport in Cagayan de Oro City, catering domestic flights from the cities of Manila, Cebu, and Davao. From Cagayan de Oro, take a bus or rent a van to reach Bukidnon.
By Sea – Land:
From the Port of Cagayan de Oro City, take a bus or van to reach Bukidnon. Several ferry services are available connecting Cagayan de Oro City to seaports in the cities of Cebu, Manila, Bohol and other ports in Luzon and Visayas.